Some time ago, I obtained a laptop with a NVIDIA display adapter. At first, I could not find any adjustments anywhere for brightness, etc. I know there is usually something in Windows Power Options (Windows 7), but there are none there. Recently, I found a NVIDIA Control Panel and the adjustments are there. I need these adjustments because the default screen adjustment is just too bright for me, and sometimes. gives me a headache. Here are 2 issues about the NVIDIA Control Panel:
1. There are 2 options: "Other applications control color settings", and "Use NVIDIA Settings". Underneath those are all of the NVIDIA settings. I go through and set them all and choose Apply. However, every time I reboot, it changes back to "Other applications control color settings", and then I have to go back in and set it again every time. I find no other applications that control the color settings, and even if there were, why won't it stay set to NVIDIA? Is there a way to make it stay put?
2. The last 2 settings are a digital vibrance and some kind of color saturation. However, the slider for the digital vibrance setting will not move. It is not grayed out or anything. I have never been able to use this and I do not know what it does. Is there a way to make it work? Further, I recently had an unrelated sound problem and had to create a new Windows User Account. After doing so, I found that the adjustment for the saturation is completely gone. I don't remember the exact name of it, maybe it had the word "vivid" in it, but when I moved it slightly (at the time that it was there), it gave everything really nice color. Is there a way to fix that?
Edited by ray5450, 20 November 2016 - 12:39 PM.